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H&M picks 70% of Z&Z development collections

Different fashion fabric manufacturers from around the globe participated in H&M’s ‘Mill Week’ with their autumn-winter collections.

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Zaber & Zubair Fabrics Ltd, a major integrated textile producer in Bangladesh, participated with their own woven product development in the ‘H&M Mill Week’ at Shanghai, China on 27 August 2018. Zaber & Zubair hit the pitch most successfully and more than 70% of their developments has been chosen by the H&M selection team.

Zaber & Zubair Fabrics Ltd showed their developed products at H&M Mill Week in Shanghai, China
Figure: Zaber & Zubair Fabrics Ltd showed their developed products at H&M Mill Week in Shanghai, China.

SubodhTalukder, General Manager, Business Development; Eftekharul Islam, Sr. Manager, Sales & Marketing and K.M. Saiham Siddique, Manager, Sales & Marketing of Zaber & Zubair Fabrics Ltd were present at the fair and showed their developments.

Every year H&M arranges this ‘Mill Week’ for their supplier. In the fast fashion era, before every season H&M hunts innovative products and new idea and they encourage the suppliers to bring new developments. It’s their continues process to guide their valuable suppliers all over the world.

“Three months prior to every season, we submit our developments. They choose to design and product depends on their requirements and the right quality. As the core supplier of H&M, we always try to meet their requirements and regularly participate their ‘Mill Week’,” said Mozzamal Hossain, General Manager, Marketing, Zaber & Zubair Fabrics Ltd.

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